Shares for Rights
There have been votes in Parliament on the introduction of the employee shareholder scheme which is an employee status obtained when an employee is given shares worth at least Â£2,000 in return for which the employer is permitted not to extend unfair dismissal rights, rights to statutory redundancy pay and other employment rights to the employee.
Andrew Rosindell generally voted for allowing employees to exchange some employment rights for shares in the company they work for
TheyWorkForYou has automatically calculated this MP’s stance based on all
of their votes on the topic. You can browse the source
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On 23 Apr 2013:
Andrew Rosindell was absent for a vote on Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Employee Shareholder Status — Exemption from Certain Statutory Employment Rights
On 16 Apr 2013:
Andrew Rosindell voted to permit employers not to extend certain otherwise statutory rights to employees with a new employee shareholder status.
On 17 Dec 2012:
Andrew Rosindell was absent for a vote on Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Clause 25 — Employee Shareholder Status — Exemption from Certain Statutory Employment Rights
On 17 Dec 2012:
Andrew Rosindell was absent for a vote on Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Third Reading
On 5 Nov 2012:
Andrew Rosindell voted for a new employment status of employee shareholder, holders of which may be exempted from certain statutory employment rights; for an option for planning applications to be made directly to the Secretary of State in areas where the local planning authority is deemed to be performing poorly and to postpone a business rate revaluation from 2015 to 2017.
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